Sunday, February 22, 2009

Weekending: Cutting mustard

It's that time again when I post a few bits and bobs that caught my eye this week. Still experimenting with the lay out as you can probably tell.

The twenty-ninth Carnival of Socialism is over at the Mustard Seed.

28th March to coincide with the arrival of the G20 there is a demonstration for "jobs, justice and climate" - see Put People First for details - I think this is going to be big and it's great to see a demo with wider aims for a change.
The Cambridge Action Network has a new, wiki based, website.
Polly Toynbee podcasts on migrant labour.
Love flow charts? The make some!

How to tell if your cat is plotting to kill you.
Green News: change at the top in the New Zealand Green Party.
Letter of the week: Is from Thursday's Telegraph. SIR – While not condoning the ban on taking photographs of policemen, had it been in force last year would it not have spared us the numerous pictures of the rather smug Sir Ian Blair?
Colin Stone
Cellardyke, Fife
If you have anything you'd like me to include next week - just let me know. Let's end with some political music on airport expansion courtesy of the new rapping blog raplog;

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